Happy Feet Podiatry

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Podiatrist near Carrington

Discover Better, Faster Foot Health with Happy Feet Podiatry

Are you looking for the best Podiatry Clinic Newcastle has to offer?

We know you want to return to the activities, sports, career and life you love as soon as possible.

So, when you visit us for treatments, we’ll:

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We’ve helped thousands of Novocastrains achieve their goals and have been established since 2012. Our experience includes working with athletes and non athletes, children, diabetic patients and people with disabilities and we have many years of experience in hospitals and private clinics.

It will take only 10 minutes to get to 57 Glebe Road from Carrington

what our clients think of us

Katie Wynne
Katie Wynne
17 April 2024
Wonderful team who have helped with a longstanding issue. Thank you.
Sue Baruzzi
Sue Baruzzi
16 April 2024
What a great experience at Happy Feet today. Everyone was very friendly and professional. If you are looking for a podiatrists, look no further. Happy Feet at The Junction is where you go.
Susan Kemp
Susan Kemp
16 April 2024
Very friendly & welcoming receptionist who apologised for my slight delay. My podiatrist was friendly, efficient & very professional. All together 5 star experince
Cameron Ford
Cameron Ford
8 April 2024
Wonderful and professional staff. Super friendly and a very welcoming practice. Highly recommended ????
Joan Skehan
Joan Skehan
3 April 2024
I have been visiting Happy Feet now for about five years. From the minute you are greeted by Dani to the wonderful attention from Renae and now Mel I only have praise. Always on time and so friendly. Joanie.
Greg Lowe
Greg Lowe
27 March 2024
Always a great service. Always on time. Very friendly staff. Would recommend this business to anyone requiring podiatry treatment.
Carolyn Artis-Campbell
Carolyn Artis-Campbell
26 March 2024
So pleased to find Happy Feet through a very satisfied friend/ client and everyone is so professional, caring and efficient. It is a pleasure to visit.
Michael Cluff
Michael Cluff
26 March 2024
Amelia at Happy Feet is very professional, thorough in her care and a delight to interact with. Would give 6 stars if possible .,

Take a quick look at what we offer

Nestled along the picturesque shores of Newcastle, NSW, Australia, Carrington is a charming and historic suburb brimming with character, community spirit, and a rich tapestry of local history and landmarks. Let’s embark on a delightful journey through Carrington’s past and present, uncovering its unique charm and appeal.

Carrington’s history dates back to the early 19th century when it was originally known as “Carrington Pit” due to its proximity to the bustling coal mining operations in the region. Over time, the suburb evolved into a vibrant residential area while still maintaining its industrial heritage, giving it a distinctive and eclectic atmosphere.

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One of the most iconic landmarks in Carrington is the Carrington Dockyard, a historic maritime facility that played a crucial role in Newcastle’s maritime industry. The dockyard, with its towering cranes and bustling wharves, has been a focal point of activity for shipbuilding, repairs, and maritime trade, contributing to the suburb’s rich industrial heritage.

Carrington is also home to the Carrington Pump House, a heritage-listed building that once housed steam-powered pumps used for water supply and firefighting. Today, the Pump House stands as a testament to Carrington’s industrial past and serves as a cultural and historical landmark for residents and visitors to explore.

For nature enthusiasts, Carrington boasts scenic waterfront parks and reserves, including the popular Carrington Foreshore Park. This idyllic parkland offers panoramic views of the Newcastle Harbour, picnic areas, walking trails, and opportunities for birdwatching and relaxation by the water’s edge, making it a cherished retreat for locals and tourists alike.

The suburb’s strong sense of community is evident in its local schools, community centers, and recreational facilities. Carrington Public School, in particular, plays a vital role in shaping the education and social fabric of the suburb, fostering a nurturing environment for students to learn and grow.

Carrington's architecture

Carrington’s architectural landscape is characterized by a mix of heritage-listed buildings, waterfront homes, and modern developments. From charming cottages and terrace houses to contemporary apartments and townhouses, Carrington offers a diverse range of housing options to suit different lifestyles and preferences.

The suburb’s proximity to Newcastle’s vibrant city center adds to its allure, providing residents with easy access to cultural attractions, dining precincts, shopping hubs, and entertainment venues. With excellent public transport links and major arterial roads nearby, Carrington is well-connected to the broader Newcastle region, making it a convenient and desirable place to live.

In conclusion, Carrington in Newcastle, NSW, Australia, is a hidden gem with a rich history, picturesque waterfront, and a strong sense of community. Whether you’re exploring its historic landmarks, enjoying outdoor activities by the foreshore, or immersing yourself in local culture, Carrington offers a welcoming and vibrant lifestyle that captures the essence of Newcastle’s charm and warmth.

Suburbs

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Merewether

Just 2.5km to Merewether Beach, via Frederick Street, in Merewether

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Newcastle East

Just 5.5km to Fort Scratchley, via Scott Street, in Newcastle East.

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Cooks hill

Just 2.8km to Newcastle Art Gallery, via Darby Street, in Cooks Hill

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New Lambton

Just 3km to Blackbutt Reserve, via Carnley Avenue, in New Lambton

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New Lambton Heights

Just 4.5km to John Hunter Hospital, via Lookout Road, in New Lambton Heights

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Hamilton

Just 2.2km to Gregson Park, via Tudor Street, in Hamilton

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Carrington

Just 5.8km to Carrington Foreshore, via Cowper Street, in Carrington

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Mayfield East

Just 5.6km to Mayfield Pool, via Maitland Road, in Mayfield East

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Newcastle west

Just 4km to Marketown Shopping Centre, via Parry Street, in Newcastle West

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Newcastle

Just 4.5km to Newcastle Museum, via King Street, in Newcastle

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Adamstown

Just 3km to Adamstown Bowling Club, via Glebe Road, in Adamstown

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Broadmeadow

Just 2.5km to Broadmeadow Racecourse, via Lambton Road, in Broadmeadow

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Lambton

Just 4km to Lambton Park, via Elder Street, in Lambton.

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Kotara

Just 4.5km to Westfield Kotara, via Park Avenue, in Kotara

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Wickham

Just 4km to Wickham Marina, via Hannell Street, in Wickham

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Islington

Just 3km to Islington Park, via Maitland Road, in Islington

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